Computer and Information Science
Computer Science involves the systematic study of programming, algorithms, databases, networks, security, computer architecture, operating systems, web information retrieval, artificial intelligence, software techniques and multimedia. The program emphasizes technical and professional education that merges the academic course work with practical laboratory experiences.
The courses in Computer and Information Science program are designed to prepare students with the requisite theoretical, technical and practical knowledge for a professional or computer-related career. The program provides the students with the academic and professional preparation for industrial careers as well as the pursuit of higher degrees.
· Create software packages in a variety of programming languages.
· Customize applications by using microcomputer spreadsheets,
presentation and/or database programs.
· Develop client/server database applications,
· Design distributed processing computer networks including
telecommunications and data transmission techniques.
· Create E-commerce infrastructure.
· Design E-commerce web site and E-commerce payment systems.
· Create dynamic, animation for multimedia and the web.
· Develop comprehensive project which integrating video and audio
· Create complex, realistic 3D video games.
The graduate with a BS degree in Computer and Information Science can become a
· Database Specialist
- Employment opportunities are available in the fields of sales, accounting, manufacturing, banking, telecommunications, financing, and education.
· E-commerce Technology Specialist
- Employment opportunities include positions in web application development, computer-related sales and marketing.
· Information Systems Analyst
- Employment opportunities are available in departments of large organizations and information technology companies.
· Multimedia Specialist
- Employment fields include publishing, advertising, sales, telecommunications and human services.
· Software Engineering Specialist
- Employment opportunities range from software risk analyst, software quality assurance expert, software engineer, and programmer to software architect.
· Telecommunications Specialist
- Employment opportunities are available in the areas of network planning, design, development, operation, and maintenance.
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